DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A day after the Cowboys blowout loss to the Atlanta Falcons, some of the players were out in the community giving back.
Dak Prescott, Travis Frederick, Zack Martin, Jason Witten, Tyrone Crawford, Joey Looney and other members of the organization were on hand at the Salvation Army on Monday to serve meals to the less fortunate.
“After a performance like that, after the way we played and just after a tough loss, it’s easy to just lay in bed and pout and be sad,” Prescott told DallasCowboys.com. “But, as I said, you come and do events like this, it brightens my day. As I said, it puts it into perspective how important life is outside of the game of football and my impact on it.”
The players also took time to pose for photographs, signed autographs and visited with the diners.MORE NEWS: Liz Cheney Removed From Her Post As GOP Conference Chair
The Cowboys partner with the Salvation Army every November to serve the meals.